Oh, Woody, dont be grumpy.
I dont think many disabled people can afford a course, even before anything else.
As a group, most of us are poor.
That's a good point; being 'poor' is as much a disability when it comes to attending courses as anything else. Luckily a lot of instruction and information is available for free and 'doing bushcraft' does not need to be expensive; it's just not possible to attend physical courses.
You said that yesterday, got snappy on ROF this morning, and now back threatening to leave again despite saying you were out for good. Take a step back and cool your boots mate.Me out for good now. I realy don't care where you take this now, and don't bother replying as I won't be reading it.
Have to say that's absolute poppycock! if a disabled person has saved their meagre funds to attend a course then they have as much right to expect the same consideration as the next person who paid the same amount to attend, or do you expect them to pay even more?
Seems disabled people are just not welcome.
I can't stick that attitude. It smells rancid, and if I were a disabled person comming to this site for the first time hoping for encouragement and advice ,I'd be saying, I'm obviosly not welcome in this community. Id think that I'd never be able to do anything and be accepted as an equal. What happened to equal opportunities and non discrimination?
I know of one person who teaches from a wheelchair at forest school, so you realy have a biased opinion.
I only popped back to see if anyone had anything better than discrimination to offer. Apparently not.
Me out for good now. I realy don't care where you take this now, and don't bother replying as I won't be reading it.